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Niccolo Machiavelli was a creator of political theories in the 1500s He served the Republic as a diplomatic negotiator and as a military supervisor When Florence went back to a monarch system the Medici family return to power and exiled Machiavelli for his past criticisms that he made towards the family Machiavelli then wrote The Prince to complement the Medici family and as a way to regain their approval A good leader is a person who after leaving hisher country leaves hisher people content the economy stable and is able to maintain their integrity Machiavellis views of war being the most import aspect that a leader must think of it is okay for a leader to be untruthful and it is better to be feared over loved would not be successful in the 20th century Machiavellis ideology of a good leader would not work in todays standards since his ideas our too extreme for our times If a leader only pays attention to war he only supplies safety for his people and neglects the other aspects that are crucial for governing Focusing on the idea of war can cause tension that may provoke a war This feeling that results affects countries immensely as it tends to leave countries in a state of devastation Adolf Hitler is an example of a leader who caused a war By putting Germany at war and losing the battle against the Allies Hitler set his country back many years causing them to rebuild their society and economy To further show that war is not the most important factor of governing is during George Bush Seniors term as a president of the United States Two major events occurred that affected the American people tremendously First the Gulf war Bush was able to resolve this situation in a short period of time and the American people commended him for it The second event was the American recession of the 1990s This fall
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